I hope Anita doesn't faint when she sees that I did a fancy fold. I'm such a whiner about them.
I had no plan beyond looking for a technique that had a surprise inside. This box card tutorial only calls for one piece of double sided dp, I thought 'maybe I could do that.' Then I had to find a fairly thin double sided piece of paper and I chose this rather Christmas-y paper (yay, I used some dp!). The fold was pretty easy, although I did need the video (!). I used an ATC from my collection on the outside and another one on the inside, mounted on two wobbly springs so it jumps up when opened.
Date: Thursday, August 6, 2020 GMT Views: 250
Registered: January 7, 2007 Location: Southern California Posts: 40131
Thu, Aug 06, 2020 @ 10:38 PM
You make me laugh! We are on the same page when it comes to 3D stuff. But I just finished a class on 3D art and survived so trying to reprogram my brain. The watercolor challenge is more in my lane. Congratulations on completing this complicated card!! Turned out just great.
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Fri, Aug 07, 2020 @ 11:25 PM
Go you, Jean! The woman who doesn't enjoy fun folds! I really like this one, but I don't make it often enough and usually find I struggle with the folds in the box part. Adding the ATC to the belly-band is a great idea. It looks like a wrapped gift waiting to be opened.